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Local area network (LAN) campus and building backbones as well as data center backbones are migrating to higher cabled fiber counts in order to meet system bandwidth needs and provide the highest connectivity density relative to cable diameter to maximize utilization of pathway and spaces. Network designers are turning to MTP connectorized optical fiber trunk cable designs for today's duplex fiber transmission and to provide an easy migration path for future data rates that will use parallel optics such as 40/100G Ethernet. Optical cables require unique polarity design considerations to ensure reliable system performance as well as support ease of installation, maintenance and reconfiguration.
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